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promised to drill safely and responsibly, developing new technologies to reduce drilling noise. and dedicating a fleet of vessels designed to respond to a spill in 60 minutes, 24 hours a day. >> shell bent over backwards over the last five years to compromise here. >> reporter: and shell has found support in some unlikely corners. like bob reiss, an environmental writer who spent three years reporting on the battle for the arctic. >> i think if a company does bend over backwards, they ought to be rewarded for it. >> reporter: and that reward came directly from the obama administration, which gave shell the green light to start drilling. shell declined our request for an interview. but told us in an e-mail, the debate on whether to evaluate arctic energy resources is over. we are now focused on safe execution. but greenpeace says it's time to draw a line in the ice. they vow not to stop until all arctic drilling is banned permanently. >> you drill for oil, it's utter madness. >> reporter: earlier this year, activists disrupted operations on a russian rig for five days, despite b
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